Any experience with DEFAKTO watches?

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    Any experience with DEFAKTO watches?

    I really like this minimalist single-hand design. It's 42mm with an ETA 2824-2. Anybody know anything about the brand or have a watch from this brand and can share any comments?

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    Re: Any experience with DEFAKTO watches?

    It's a nice looking design. For me, I'm not sure how much wrist time a one hand watch would really get. Unless you have a large watch budget, I might suggest trying to scratch the itch for a one hand watch with the 'Luch' one hand mechanical watch for $50 on ebay.
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    Re: Any experience with DEFAKTO watches?

    I like the look but, at 36mm, the Luch is too small for me.

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    Re: Any experience with DEFAKTO watches?

    Quality / Value is solid. It's an in-house case by Ickler.
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